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Former Charter Schools CEO Earning $250K As Rauner's Adviser

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — A former Chicago charter schools executive is earning $250,000 a year to spearhead Gov. Bruce Rauner’s top education initiatives, a salary that is more than double what her predecessors received and places her as the highest-paid member of a Cabinet already under scrutiny for its lofty paychecks. 700 more words


Meeting the Needs of All Learners

During the 2014-2015 the Quabbin Regional School District implemented a reinforcement/extension block during the school day. The WINN block, which stands for What I Need Now, is a 30 minute, daily block during which all students K-6 are working in small groups based on individual needs. 222 more words


AWRW Book Review: Moody Not Broody, by Author Kathryn Player #WomensFiction

Emma is a newly-wed looking forward to some blissful years with her new husband, Mike, but everyone else expects her to have children. Emma is a teacher and so, in everyone’s mind, she MUST want children. 429 more words

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Brain Injury and personality disorders

As a Special education teacher I deal with students who have experienced some sort of TBI, or traumatic brain injury. It has been one of the saddest and most frustrating things I have seen others experience. 611 more words

Special Education and Referral Process at AISJ

A LITTLE HISTORY: In the past decade there has been a movement towards including and admitting students with special education needs. International schools in general were not willing to enroll students that needed special education services. 1,183 more words

Mike Matthews Excellent Interview on WDEL w/Al Mascitti

Ex Blogger Current Special Education and RCEA President Mike Matthews appeared on the WDEL Morning Show with Al Mascitti today to talk about the priority schools, the Delaware Department of Education, Race To The Top, and the 148th General Assembly.  24 more words

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